The T.O. Show – Episode 2 – If It’s Yellow, Let It Mellow


This episode of The T.O. Show was brought to you by the color yellow. In more ways than one.

It’s a good thing Mo looks like she’s ready to make a return in T.O.‘s life, because Kita can’t handle this man all on her own. Kita is still caring for T.O. while he’s in Pensacola for rehab, which he attends twice a day, painfully.

And part of the rehab process means helping T.O. through his day-to-day functions. That means pee-pee duty.

Watching this man hand his pee over makes me need to wash my hands, I can’t imagine feeling the actual heat of it the way Kita does. And when she’s not handling his human waste, she’s disastrously cooking his meals

complete with her secret ingredient (ingr-weave-ient?) garnishing the top.

Despite the stray strands of hair falling in it, this chicken actually doesn’t look terrible! I mean, for a meal made in a hotel room kitchenette by a woman with no idea what she’s doing.

After barely getting through his Chicken a la Kita, T.O. makes a special request: he wants Kita to pick up his car from the garage in Alabama. Kita’s a real sport, but she shouldn’t be driving almost as much as she shouldn’t be cooking. How do you fully drive a car off the road while doing a u-turn and then submerge the wheels in sand?

Fortunately the car makes it back to Florida in one piece, but for what? Who exactly is going to drive this thing around?

And at long last, Kita and T.O. have the conversation we’ve been waiting for, the explanation as to why they aren’t actually together as a couple. It’s not that I think Kita has the hots for T.O., but it’s hard to ignore the fact that she’s devoting 100% of her time to him. “People ask me all the time, would I ever be in a relationship with Terrell. But the answer is no. No, no, no. The answer is hellllll no.”

They joke with each other about the topic and it’s pretty clear that even if there was a spark there, if the two of them ever got together it would be a total disaster. You know how you can just tell that if certain friends hookup, they’re destined to become mortal enemies after? That’s how I think Kita and T.O. would be.

So they leave it alone on account of T.O. being a “man whore” (and probably his sad rapping skills) and Kita being a “chocolate sensation.” With adjectives like those, I really hope they help write each other’s dating profiles. The season’s still young.

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